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themselves and their unit manager, between themselves in those who are making the policies or those calling the shots on a national level. they don't feel empowered and we are seeing more variability because of that. >> host: you talk in your book about the administrative crack downs if you will, where you get providers of care and senior administrative leaders working a little bit more together or getting the administrators out from their offices if you will. talk a little bit about that in what and what you see the value of that being as well as its impact if you will on the quality. >> guest: you know we all want the same thing. doctors, administrators, insurance companies, policymakers. there is an astronaut from outer space who was asked, what does the middle east look like from outer space? the astronaut said you know there are no lines when you look at it. the lines are man-made and that is what is going on in health care. the lines we have made in health care or man-made. we don't want the same good for the public. we have got good people. there it is sometimes working in this artif
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